Winner of Fodor’s Choice Award 2010, Cala Mia is a charming, comfortable boutique hotel situated on the island of Boca Brava off Panama’s Pacific coast, not far from the town of David.
Its eco-credentials include partial solar power in the rooms and no additives or colourings in the delicious Italian and New World meals, cooked with produce from its own organic garden and dairy farm and served overlooking the beautiful islands and ocean. Five per cent of the room rate goes to programmes supporting the local population. Furnishings are locally made and custom designed.
Boca Brava is a large, virtually uninhabited island within the Golfo Chiriqui National Marine Park which protects over 100 islands with innumerable secluded beaches and bays.
Infinity swimming pool, spa on separate small island, private beach, bar and restaurant, library with selection of world music
Many bird species, dolphins, howler monkeys, ocelot, margay, coati, whales, leatherback and hawksbill turtles, coral reefs, and a plethora of marine wildlife
Swimming in the pool or from the beach, boat trips to uninhabited islands, kayaking in the mangroves (included), birdwatching, whale watching, snorkelling (complimentary equipment), surfing, wildlife walks, horse riding, scuba diving.
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Choose optional boat trips to reach some of the more attractive locations in the marine park.
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